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Unicorn – The ultimate CPU emulator
Unicorn is a lightweight multi-platform, multi-architecture CPU emulator framework.
emulator  programming  emulation  cpu  asm  arm  x86  mips 
august 2017 by david.parrott
rpix86 by Patrick Aalto
rpix86 is a PC emulator for the Raspberry Pi computer. It's purpose is to allow you to run old DOS games on your RPi.
raspberrypi  dos  emulator  x86 
march 2013 by david.parrott
Asm.Net - x86 Emulator - The managed way
Asm.Net is a assembly emulator which is developed in the language C#
asm  assembly  programming  emulation  emulator  x86  c#  development  dotnet 
january 2012 by david.parrott
ForthOS Home Page
ForthOS is a complete, standalone operating system for the PC. It includes command line, compiler, debugger, editor, and filesystem. You can give it a test drive by booting the standalone CD (image provided so you can burn your own). If you like it, you can install it onto a disk partition and boot directly from your hard disk.
programming  opensource  os  x86  forth  development 
september 2011 by david.parrott
Fake86 Home
Fake86 is an 8086 PC emulator written in C. It is written from scratch, including the CPU core and has been under development since October 2010.
x86  emulator  emulation  opensource 
june 2011 by david.parrott
How to write a simple operating system in assembly language
This document shows you how to write and build your first operating system in x86 assembly language. It explains what you need, the fundamentals of the PC boot process and assembly language, and how to take it further. The resulting OS will be very small (fitting into a bootloader) and have very few features, but it's a starting point for you to explore further.
programming  os  assembly  asm  tutorial  development  x86 
january 2011 by david.parrott
Art of Assembly Language Programming and HLA by Randall Hyde
The Art of Assembly Language Programming (AoA), Randy Hyde's acclaimed text on assembly language programming, is the most-often recommended book on 80x86 assembly language programming in newsgroups, on web sites, and by word of mouth.
asm  assembly  documentation  ebooks  book  free  online  programming  reference  software  tools  tutorial  x86  development 
october 2010 by david.parrott
AsmXml - A Fast XML Parser
AsmXml is a very fast XML parser and decoder for x86 platforms (Windows, Linux, BSD and Mac OS X).
asm  assembly  library  performance  programming  x86  xml  development 
october 2010 by david.parrott
8086 microprocessor emulator
integrated disassembler
asm  assembly  electronics  cpu  emulation  emulator  hardware  programming  reference  software  tutorial  x86  development 
october 2010 by david.parrott
RosAsm, the Bottom-Up Assembler
The easy way for writing full 32 Bits Applications in Assembly
asm  x86  assembly 
october 2010 by david.parrott
Zet processor - Zet
Zet processor is an open implementation of the so widely used IA-32 architecture (generally called x86). This project is very new but it can be synthesized in a configurable device such an FPGA or CPLD, or made as a custom ASIC.
cpu  fpga  hardware  os  technology  x86 
september 2010 by david.parrott
DSx86 by Patrick Aalto
DSx86 is a PC emulator for Nintendo DS. It's purpose is to allow you to run old DOS games on your Nintendo DS game console.
dos  emulation  x86  nintendo  ds  emulator 
april 2010 by david.parrott
JPC is a pure Java emulation of an x86 PC hardware in software JPC creates a virtual computer upon which you can install your favorite operating system in a safe, flexible and powerful way. It aims to give you complete control over your favorite PC software's execution environment, whatever your real hardware or operating system, and JPC's multi-layered security makes it the safest solution for running the most dangerous software in quarantine - ideal for protecting your machine from malicious or unstable software. [Marked as WRONG LINK by]
java  emulation  x86  os  online 
april 2010 by david.parrott
JamesM's kernel development tutorials
This set of tutorials aims to take you through programming a simple UNIX-clone operating system for the x86 architecture. The tutorial uses C as the language of choice, with liberally mixed in bits of assembler. The aim is to talk you through the design and implementation decisions in making an operating system. The OS we make is monolithic in design (drivers are loaded through kernel-mode modules as opposed to user-mode programs), as this is simpler.
programming  development  software  opensource  tutorial  c  education  assembly  linux  diy  reference  x86  os 
october 2009 by david.parrott

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